Our Oranjestad hotel is the perfect home base for your stay in Aruba. Enjoy fun in the sun at nearby Surfside Beach or Eagle Beach. Be adventurous with a hike around Arikok National Park or a jeep safari ride to the Natural Pool. Then visit California Lighthouse or Alto Vista Chapel to round out your stay.
Surfside Beach is one of Oranjestad’s most family-friendly beaches. It offers calm, shallow waters for swimming or canoeing, and shady trees for the perfect picnic spot. On-site bars and restaurants are nearby for your convenience.
Even the youngest visitors will enjoy splashing around in this beautiful lagoon. Baby Beach is known for its calm, shallow waters, perfect for snorkeling. Visitors can also enjoy on-site barbecue, or lounge in the shade under a complimentary hut.
Dig your toes into the soft white sands of Eagle Beach, arguably the most famous beach in Aruba. If you get hungry, nearby restaurants will help replenish your energy while plenty of trees offer the perfect picnic spot.
Take a swim in the pristine waters of Mangel Halto. This secluded beach offers the area’s best snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boarding. And the shallow, calm waters and nearby mangroves are a perfect oasis for viewing local wildlife.
Donkey Sanctuary is the perfect family-friendly activity to enjoy Aruba’s beloved creatures. Visitors can feed, pet, and care for donkeys. Or observe on the covered porch and grab a nearby snack or beverage from the concession stand.
Explore Arubian aloe history. The climate in Aruba has created the perfect environment for growing the best aloe in the world for over 150 years. Buy a few skincare products during your visit and enjoy aloe’s natural healing properties.
Built in 1952 on Aruba’s countryside, the Alto Vista Chapel provides visitors with a peaceful retreat during their stay. The chapel provides weekly services and serves as a daily refuge to those looking for spiritual guidance.
Known by locals as “Conchi,” the Natural Pool is one of Aruba’s most well-known natural attractions. Located in Arikok National Park, the Natural Pool is on rugged terrain inaccessible to cars but can be reached by jeep, walking, or horseback riding.
Natural decay caused by ocean waves and strong winds wearing away at Aruba’s cliffs have created natural bridges along the coast. The famous Natural Bridge collapsed in 2005, but close to its remains sits a new formation—the Baby Natural Bridge.
Journey to the eclectic city of San Nicolas—birthplace of Aruba’s Carnival. Known for its vibrant, artistic vibe and several colorful murals, it's the perfect spot for nearby kite surfing at Baby Beach or a visit to local restaurants.
Taking up nearly 20% of the island, Arikok National Park is one of Aruba’s most cherished attractions. It is home to protected wildlife indeginous to Aruba, as well as a wide array of terrain for great hiking and exploring during your stay.